Altrad secures chemical contracts

By Euan Youdale27 July 2015

Scaffolding specialist Altrad NSG has secured multi-million UK pound contract renewals with two of the UK’s leading chemicals companies.

The UK-based scaffolding and industrial services company has renewed contracts with INOVYN ChlorVinyls and Tata Chemicals to provide access solutions, repair and maintenance services across several sites in the North West.

The three-year contracts, which have a combined value of up to £16.5m, will see Altrad NSG continue its existing work at INOVYN ChlorVinyls’ chlorine production site in Runcorn, providing services including insulation, surface preparation, blasting and painting.

Altrad will also deliver full access, repair and maintenance services to Tata Chemicals at the British Salt site in Middlewich, as well as its production plants in Winnington and Lostock.

Mike Carr, managing director at Altrad NSG, said, “These contracts are a fantastic boost and fill us with confidence that our unique approach to client needs puts us in a strong position to continue our expansion and create further jobs.

“Our collaborative approach, experience and expertise has allowed us to develop excellent long-term relationships with INOVYN ChlorVinyls and Tata Chemicals, evidenced by the fact we’ve been working with INOVYN ChlorVinyls in Runcorn for more than 20 years now.

Altrad NSG announced in June that it had been awarded its first major offshore contract after securing a five-year agreement with oil and gas exploration and production company Centrica Energy.

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